Noun(1) a high official in a Muslim government (especially in the Ottoman Empire
(1) During tulip season the grand vizier provided the sultan with nightly entertainment in the Ciragan gardens, lit by thousands of mirrored lanterns as well as candles mounted on the backs of ambling tortoises.(2) He came to Egypt in 1168 as an assistant to his uncle, who was a general and then became the vizier of the last Fatimid caliph.(3) The great calligrapher, Muhammad ibn Muqla, a vizier at the court of three Abbasid caliphs, was charged with the task of standardising and refining the myriad cursive scripts.(4) She also points out that the absence of maxims regarding the vizierate , the highest office in the land, make it unlikely that the author was a vizier.(5) In 803 Harun al-Rashid murdered his vizier, Ja'far the Barmecide, and ordered the destruction of this powerful vizierial family.(6) Hence many Ottoman viziers were of non-Turkish ethnic origin, including Greeks, Albanians, and even Italians.(7) One family's control over the viziership came to be more stable than the transfer of kingship.(8) Overthrown temporarily, and in an evil hour his prerogative endangered, his domination was re-established more indisputably now than ever in the grand viziership of his son.(9) The viziership of the eunuch Suleyman Pasha was evidently based upon his extraordinary service in Ottoman Egypt, his success in expelling the Portuguese from the Red Sea and Arabia, and in firmly establishing Ottoman rule in Yemen and Aden during his long governorship of Egypt.(10) He presented himself at the palace of the king, who was so captivated by his wisdom and knowledge that he appointed the traveler to the viziership .(11) Thus empowered, they came to play a vital role in the new polity and culture, serving as viziers and military commanders.(12) Ôö£├ÿbrÔö£├│hÔö£┬½m Pasha's viziership coincided with the Ottoman Tulip Era, a time known both for its aesthetic achievements and its decadence.(13) Coordination between the different viziers and communication between the sovereign and the vizierates required a new official.(14) During his vizierate the Ottoman Empire regained some of its former prestige and vitality.
1. vizier ::
Different Formsvizier, viziers
English to Arabic Dictionary: vizier
Meaning and definitions of vizier, translation in Arabic language for vizier with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of vizier in Arabic and in English language.
Tags for the entry "vizier"
What vizier means in Arabic, vizier meaning in Arabic, vizier definition, examples and pronunciation of vizier in Arabic language.